Dr Matshidiso Moeti

Dr Matshidiso Moeti, from Botswana, is the first woman to be elected as WHO Regional Director for Africa. Over the past five years, Dr Moeti has led the transformation of WHO in Africa to ensure the Organization is accountable, effective and driven by results.

Biography Dr Matshidiso Moeti

Tweets by Dr. Moeti

Speeches and Messages

Hon Alban Kingsford Suman Bagbin, the Honourable Speaker of the Parliament of Ghana, Mr Martin Chungong, the IPU Secretary General, Hon Kwaku Agyeman-Manu, the Honourable Minister for Health of Ghana, Honourable Members of Parliament from Africa, Distinguished guests, Ladies and gentlemen,
Message of WHO Regional Director for Africa, Dr Matshidiso Moeti
We have made significant progress and are on the threshold of polio eradication. We are getting there. As we mark this World Polio Day, let us renew our efforts to “Make Polio History”, in Africa.
Mayor Kai Wegner, Governing Mayor of the City of Berlin,  Professor Dr Gerald Haug, President of the Virchow Foundation for Global Health,
Transformation Agenda

Transformation Agenda

The Transformation Agenda of the World Health Organization Secretariat in the African Region is a vision and a strategy for change aimed at facilitating the emergence of the WHO that the staff and stakeholders want.

It is a result of consultations with staff members within and outside the WHO African Region, and stakeholders from outside the Organization. The Transformation Agenda covers four focus areas:

  1. pro-results values
  2. smart technical focus
  3. responsive strategic operations
  4. effective communications and partnerships